Chops with timeAnneI bought this countertop 4 years ago and it is very easy to get impacts on it. I don't recommend. Vendor behind seems to be Caesarstone1
Don't Do ItAngelaWe purchased the Kasker White countertop and just had it installed about a month ago. After some issues with fabricators, we're really regretting the purchase. Every single item stains the countertop, it was already covered in scratches when installed and now it's gotten worse. Would not recommend. And Ikea, please don't suggest a refund, as those aren't applicable for custom countertops.1
Good CountertopAnandWhose reviewing countertops all 2 stars on IKEA? this isnt even quartz this is obviously granite. thanks for the hookup IKEA. seriously. Time to upgrade.5
Not as expected: blemishes and chipsMichaelPurchased pure white quartz for our kitchen. There were several chips in the edges when installed, and though the chips were filled with with resin, they are still visible. Dropped a ceramic bowl from about 6" above the edge of the quartz and the quartz chipped, even though the bowl did not chip or break! The countertops seem to stain and blemish more easily than stated by the manufacturer. We have a number of light stains in only a few months, and even watermarks are difficult to remove completely. The edges between joints were difficult to smooth and fill, so are more visible than expected. We would not buy Ikea quartz countertops again.2
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